One of the challenges when you are an entrepreneur with a flair for creativity is that you have many different tasks. You have to manage the bookkeeping, marketing, and the
Administrative stuff, shipping, archiving, and, of course, the actual production. After all of this, it’s easy to understand why it’s hard to even feel.
The creative in the final
Do’s and don’ts to consider when beginning an art collection
Do: Determine your priorities
Is it to buy an artwork for a specific purpose? Is it to fill a wall space at home or in an office? Are you planning to make an investment in the artwork? Or
Many collectors get smitten by art or the story behind a piece of art There are many other elements that can be at play. It’s fine.
The artwork you purchase should reflect your individual circumstances. Don’t feel pressured to buy anything that doesn’t completely connect with you.
An art advisor may make sense when you’re looking to acquire major works that will appreciate in worth.
Making use of their connections to the art world. Identifying what is most important to you will save you stress down the line and allow you to focus on
the things that matter to you, and disregard those things that aren’t important.
Limit your printing options to only single prints and multiple prints.
There is a consensus that purchasing multiples of prints is the most effective way to start building a collection of art. However, this advice is rather short-sighted.
Prints of famous artists could be a way of boasting (“I own an original Picasso”), etc. However, there are plenty of artists with original ideas.